Support Kellman Brown Academy
Kellman Brown Academy's preparation of our students goes far beyond reading, writing, and arithmetic. Our students are immersed in an environment that is rich in academics, critical thinking, and community. Students become advocates for themselves and others. They are encouraged to speak up, ask questions, and explore their world through a lens with Jewish meaning and values.
We depend on the generosity of parents, alumni, community members, staff, and friends to invest in the future of our students. Tuition alone cannot cover the cost of a KBA education. We rely on your generous contributions to provide our students with a superior faculty, cutting-edge technology, and the best educational resources.
Your contribution allows KBA to ensure academic excellence and provide a strong Jewish identity to our community's future leaders. Thanks to you our students will have an understanding of values, traditions, and ethics, and will pass these on to future generations.
We accept cash, check, credit cards (Visa & MC), and online donations.
Kellman Brown Academy is excited to announce the creation of the Jewish Community STEM Lab, a first of its kind facility with a focus on interactive Jewish learning that incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. This lab will feature: AR/VR Center, Robotics, Advanced coding, 3D printing, and Engineering & circuitry. As the Jewish Community Day School, our goal is to create an innovative center that will be the hub of high-tech, hands-on Jewish learning for the entire South Jersey Jewish community.
Click here to contribute to the creation of a Jewish Community STEM Lab
This fund was established by his parents, Drs. Paul and Linda Weinberg, in loving memory of Joshua, who was a student at Kellman from 1979 to 1986. Josh excelled in mathematics, and with the encouragement of his teacher and the ROGATE* Program, he was able to take math courses at the University of Pennsylvania during the summer between 6th and 7th grades. Josh was also devoted to and delighted in pursuing his Jewish studies. Each year a student chosen by the faculty for distinguished achievement in mathematics and continued commitment to Jewish education is honored with an award at graduation.
*Resources Offered for Gifted and Talented Education
*Minimum donation of $18*
Click here to donate to the Joshua Martin Weinberg Memorial Fund
Provides support and enriches the musical education program at Kellman Brown Academy.
• Established in June 2011, provides support and enriches the musical education program at Kellman Brown Academy.
• Supporting professional development for music staff.
• Including underwriting musical instruments for KBA students.
• Minimum of $300 donation.
Click here to donate to the Anita and Jacob z''l Farber Musical Enrichment Fund
Rabbi Isaac Furman Scholars Fund
This fund supports the Rabbi Isaac Furman Scholars Program, which is a merit scholarship for students entering 6th grade. Eligibility will be based on:
1. Outstanding academic achievement
2. Character that exemplifies the KBA values of kavod, menschlichkeit and tikkum olam.
Recipients will be determined by an advisory committee consisting of a teacher, a KBA administrator and a Board member. This scholarship renews each year of Middle School upon fulfillment of all requirements. This scholarship carries a tuition award of $5000.
Planned Giving and Endowments
KBA is committed to building on our mission, not just for today, but for future generations. We hope that you continue to be a part of our family for many years to come. The LIFE & LEGACY program exists to encourage members of the Jewish Community to remember their beloved Jewish organizations—including synagogues, day schools, and Federation agencies—in their estate plans. By doing so, you will help your designated organizations build endowment funds that will provide essential annual funding for generations in the future. We encourage you to fill out the Letter of Intent and become a part of our future.
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The Letter of Intent form can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 856.679.2928.